kids reopening

We are so excited to have re-opened Cedarcrest Kids after a brief break during this COVID season!

  • We’ve increased hygiene and cleaning protocols in our Cedarcrest Kids spaces during and between services.
  • All toys and hard surfaces will be sanitized at every service.
  • Every staff member and team member will be wearing a mask. Don’t worry, we’re smiling underneath, promise.
  • Every staff member, volunteer, and student in Cedarcrest Kids will have their temperature taken before checking-in to Cedarcrest Kids. We aren’t able to check in anyone with a temperature of 100.4 or higher.
  • Our touchless experience will extend to check-in as Cedarcrest Team Members will help you at the check-in computers and handle any sign-in sheets for you.
  • You’ll see lots of big waves, but let’s avoid hugs, high-fives, and handshakes.
  • Has had a fever in the past 14 days.
  • Shows any symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Has been around anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19.

experience sundays at cedarcrest



On your first visit, plan to arrive about 10-15 minutes before the start of the service, and let our volunteers know you’re visiting when you arrive. They’ll walk you directly to our Children’s Desk where you’ll be registered, receive your child’s parent identification number, and be given a special gift just for your child!


Every child’s name tag is matched to a parent-identification number, every volunteer is screened with an interview and federal background check, and every hallway door is locked. During check out, you will show this security tag to your child’s teacher in order for your child to be released from the classroom.

it all starts here

infants to preschool

From babies through preschool, we want your child to experience the presence of God while in his/her class. Your preschooler can plan on lots of singing, dancing, and age-appropriate Biblical teaching every week.

building on a firm foundation


Your elementary kids will learn that life with Jesus is fun! Through videos, skits, games, dynamic worship, and Biblical teaching, they will learn to grow in friendship and love with Jesus. Through small group discussion, kids learn how to apply what they learn. Kids will leave with a JAM (“Jesus and Me”) Time Sheet that will help them grow their relationship with Jesus during the week.

special needs at cedarcrest


Families with members experiencing special needs can often feel as if they are in the wilderness, alone and without support. Here at Cedarcrest Church, our Blossom Ministry is dedicated to providing a loving, supportive environment where families and their members with special needs can find sanctuary through which to grow and Blossom in their personal relationship with Christ.

summer camp

*We are officially postponing Kids Camp until further notice. We had hoped to host it early in the summer, but it just isn’t possible given our current situation. As of today, we are hoping to host Kids Camp in late July before school starts. We love your kids and miss them like crazy, and want to give them an incredible Kids Camp experience!

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summer camp


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